Professor Linda Fentiman joined the Pace Law School faculty in 1996 and teaches courses in Contracts and Public Health. Professor Fentiman is a Fellow of the New York Academy of Medicine and a member of the American Society of Law, Medicine, and Ethics.
Professor Fentiman recently completed a term as a Fulbright Scholar in Poland, where she was a professor at the University of Warsaw Faculty of Law, teaching American Criminal Law and Comparative Health Law and Bioethics.
Professor Fentiman has researched and written extensively on issues relating to health care access (focusing on Internet pharmacies, telemedicine, and women’s health issues), the insanity defense, competency to stand trial, and bioethics (including organ transplantation and substitute medical decision making for incompetent individuals).
Areas of expertise: contract law, health law, white-collar crime, trial
Professor Jim Fishman teaches courses in Contracts, Corporations and Partnerships, and Non-Profit Organizations. He is currently a member of both the board of directors of the Youth Advocacy Center and the Fulbright Senior Specialists Panel. Prof. Fishman also frequently serves as a commercial and securities arbitrator. Prior to joining the Pace Law School faculty, Professor Fishman was the executive director of Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts.
Professor Fishman has co-authored two books, New York Nonprofit Law and Practice and Cases and Materials on Nonprofit Organizations, and has published on his own, The Transformation of Threadneedle Street: The Deregulation and Reregulation of Britain’s Financial Services. Professor Fishman also writes on topics of international securities regulation, non-profit corporation law and legal issues pertaining to the visual arts.
Areas of expertise: contracts, non-profits